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Fairfax County police are seeking an “armed and dangerous” fugitive who was spotted browsing the Barnes & Noble bookstore at Tysons Corner Mall, but managed to elude officers after a chase.

Gosh, can't a guy drink his latte and read a book in peace? ::)
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Fairfax County police are seeking an “armed and dangerous” fugitive who was spotted browsing the Barnes & Noble bookstore at Tysons Corner Mall, but managed to elude officers after a chase.

Gosh, can't a guy drink his latte and read a book in peace? ::)

Haha, that is hilarious. What a classy criminal!
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"There are felony warrants for his arrest for larceny, felony, speeding to elude, resisting arrest, assault on an officer, DWI, burglary, auto theft, drug charges and more, police said."

I guess if you're gonna be a criminal, you might as well go full throttle! (though I'm not sure what the crime called "felony" is)
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"There are felony warrants for his arrest for larceny, felony, speeding to elude, resisting arrest, assault on an officer, DWI, burglary, auto theft, drug charges and more, police said."

I guess if you're gonna be a criminal, you might as well go full throttle! (though I'm not sure what the crime called "felony" is)

You didn't know felony is a felony? Quickest way to become a felon.
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